Review to begin of two proposed oilhandling expansions in Grays Harbor

first_imgMeetings set for Grays Harbor impact studyThe state Department of Ecology will develop environmental impact statements for proposed bulk liquid storage facility expansions by Westway Terminal Company and Imperium Renewables at the Port of Grays Harbor.Public comment is open from April 10 through May 27 on the scope of those impact statements. Two public meetings with open house sessions will be held April 24 at Hoquiam High School and April 29 at Centralia High School. The meetings are from 5 to 9 p.m., with public comment beginning at 6 p.m.Comments may also be submitted in writing by standard mail or through an electronic comment form. For more information about how to comment on the Westway and Imperium proposals, and the environmental review process, go to www.ecy.wa.gov/geographic/graysharbor/terminals.html— The ColumbianEnvironmental-impact reviews will begin next week of two separate proposals in Grays Harbor County to expand the handling of liquid bulk materials, including hauling crude oil by train, the state Department of Ecology said Friday.Ecology and the city of Hoquiam, which are jointly managing the review process, will begin Thursday collecting public comments on what should be studied in environmental impact statements that will be prepared for the proposals by Westway Terminal Company and Imperium Renewables.last_img

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